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on the floor of the new york stock exchange. krystle campbell, one of the people who died in the bombing, had her funeral today. campbell, sean collier, martin richard and lu lingzi lost their lives. >>> in texas residents continue to grief for the 14 people killed after the plant exploded and destroyed part of the town. the "new york times" described the mall memorial for firssmall responders this way. they faced each other in two lines in the parking lot of the school, forming two walls of blue as the body of a fellow firefighter was escorted between them in the night. the scale of the disaster could be measured by the length of the ceremony. the firefighters and responders stood in the cold for about two hours, forming an honor guard 12 times for 12 bodies. among the firefighters who died was 52-year-old kenny harris, captain with dallas fire-rescue, who lived in west and had reportedly been off-duty when he learned of the fire at the plant. jerry chapman, the member of the abbott volunteer vice president -- fire department and morris bridges of the west volunteer fire department. there ma
, peace." the other identified victim is 29-year-old krystle campbell. her father says the family is shocked and devastated. officials think the bombs consisted of explosives and shrapnel packed in pressure cookers. hidden inside black duffel bags. president obama will travel to boston on thursday to speak at an interfaith service. today, he vowed to find those responsible and labeled the bombings an act of terrorism. >> this was a heinous and cowardly act. and given what we now know about what took place, the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism. any time bombs are used to target innocent civilians, it is an act of terror. it will take time to follow every lead and determine what happened. but we will find out. we will find whoever harmed our citizens and we will bring them to justice. >> today we also are getting new video of the actual explosions. including the only tape we've seen taken by a woman actually running in the race. [ explosion ] . >> and new radio calls from first responders reveal the chaotic moments just after the explosions. >> we have reports of two e
to business as usual, heartache remains for many. late their morning, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who was killed in the explosions, will be laid to rest in bedford, massachusetts. a memorial was planned for the third victim, lingzi lu on boston university's campus tonight. critically injured transit officer, richard donohue remains hospitalized. >> this was an injury where the officer's blood volume was almost entirely lost to the point of the heart stopping. >> reporter: now doctors are saying they are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. >> reporter: today at 2:50 p.m., the exact time the first bomb went off a week ago there will ab moment of silence throughout the state of massachusetts. that will be followed by a ringing of the bells in boston and elsewhere. john? >> that's right. the city and the state will come together one more time today at 2:50 p.m. pamela brown, our thanks to you. >>> as developments unfold, investigators will examine the activities of tamerlan tsarnaev including a trip he took to russia. he was on the fbi's radar because of possible links to extremism,
-old krystle campbell, who was killed in the explosion, will be laid to rest in bedford, massachusetts. a memorial was planned for the third victim, lingzi lu on boston university campus tonight. her parents who traveled from china will be in attendance. meantime critically injured transit officer richard donahue, remains hospitalized. >> this was a truly exsanguinating injury meaning that the officer's blood volume was almost entirely lost to the point of heart stopping. >> reporter: now doctors are saying they are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. at 2:50 p.m. today, the exact time the first blast went off one week ago, all massachusetts residents are being asked to observe a moment of silence in honor of the victims. and, john, this is certainly still a city in recovery. but you do get a sense that the city is resilient. you mentioned the boston strong signs. you see those all over the city. that's really been the motto since the attack and we're seeing that this morning on local buses. john? >> all right, pamela brown here in boston with us. again, that moment of silence ha
the family of the bombing victim krystle campbell holding a private funeral for the 29-year-old today. a thousand people gathered for a public wake yesterday, some waiting hours in a line stretching for blocks to pay their respects to her young life. she would have turned 30 on the 3rd of may. she leaves behind her mother, father, grandmother and older brother. martha: patrick shaun math rick o'malley leading the prayers for the victims of the explosion and looking ahead to the city's recovery. >> forgiveness does not mean that we do not realize the heinousness of the crime, but in our own hearts when we are unable to forgive we make ourselves a victim are our own hatred. martha: cardinal owe mall lee has been such a spiritual leader for the people of boston throughout the course of this yesterday was the first sunday religious service that had taken place since monday's attack. bill: they have so much respect for h in boston. there is new information on the transit officers wounded in the shootout with the two suspects. richard donahue remains heavily sedated but they are optimist bi
clark. >> i'm pam cook. tori campbell has the morning off. it's tuesday, april 16th. >>> we begin with our developing news we've been following all morning. the fbi just wrapping up a news conference on the deadly bombings of the boston marathon. ktvu's alex savidge has been monitoring this conference with us in this newsroom and joins us now with the updates. >> reporter: well, good morning. the fbi did confirm a short time ago that a number of people have been questioned in this case but at this point, federal authorities say they do not have anyone in custody in connection with yesterday's attack in boston. at this point, there's no leading theory on what the motive might have been. within the last hour, we did get an update on the fbi on this investigation. this came out of boston. an fbi agent said investigators are still processing the scene of the bombing here near the finish line of the boston marathon. overnight, law enforcement agents searched a townhouse in the town of revere, right outside of boston. investigators were seen pulling a number of trash bags and a duffel
campbell were killed in the explosion. a graduate student from china by but her name is not been released. ed payne has more on the story. >> they came to the boston marathon to cheer on the runners of lost their lives on two bombs exploded near the finish line leaving those in the devastated. patty campbell talked about her daughter crystal. >> everyone that knew her loved her. she loved her dog. >> last night hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil to honor the youngest beckhvictim martin richard. >> if he was never sat or down he was happy and cheerful and ready to go. he was all around a wonderful kid. it is unfortunate it had to happen to him as a young age. >> at boston university graduate student from china was killed in the blast. our parents had asked the chinese consulate not to name her. >> in addition to these victims more than 170 people were injured in the blast. this was hit by shrapnel. >> i saw a little hole in my side. then i noticed there was a hole in my sweatshirt and had gone through. they did an ultrasound on the in the lobby and that is when they realized it was
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university, a chinese citizen. the victim's name has not been released. 29 year-old krystle campbell, a fitness coach and restaurant manager. her mom spoke briefly to us this afternoon. >> we are heart broken at the death of our daughter. she was a wonderful person. everybody that knew her loved her. she loved her dogs. she's always smiling. you couldn't ask for a better daughter. we can't believe this has happened. she was happy in everything she did. it doesn't make any sense. >>> 8-year-old martin richard loved playing soccer, hockey and baseball. loved riding his bike. he did all those things in the places i did those things when i was 8-year-olds old. the exact same neighborhood. tonight, the neighborhood gathered in a candle light vigil for richard. at that vigil, i saw many old friends and had the chance to speak to a mother and daughter who neumar tin richard. your first communion with martin. did you do it at st. ann's? >> yeah, i was in his dallas in school, too. >> it must be hard to believe that this happened? >> yeah, it really is. i can't believe it happened. >> so, all
-year-old krystle campbell of medford, mass. she was with her best friend watching the friend's boyfriend cross the finish line at the moment she was killed in the blast. her mother broke down speaking to reporters today. >> we are heartbroken at the death of our daughter, krystle marie. she was a wonderful person. she had a heart of fwoeld. she was always smiling. i couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this has happened. she was such a hard worker in everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> bless you, mrs. campbell. we also got new video from a marathon runner named jennifer treacy who was approaching the finish line when the first bomb went off. there's still so much we don't know. who did this? we don't know that. why? we don't know that. was it an act of domestic terrorism or foreign, we don't know. was this the group of one individual or a group of people. one thing worth remembering despite the step up police presence, despite the advanced frenticing now being used by investigators, despite all the cell phones we're learning from the videos that
, including 8-year-old martin richard, and krystle campbell. >>> president obama will travel to boston on thursday. >>> we have the remains of a pressure cooker, a shredded black backpack and some kind of ball bearings or metal pellets. what can we read into this at this stage? >> you are looking at what they have in this investigation, which is the bombs themselves. apparently two very similar if not twin bombs placed in black nylon bags that they are recreating as much as they can. at quantico. the fbi lab. it is hal, who did this and why that they really do not have any leads on. you are looking at forensic evidence, it will be very important when they catch this person. but in terms of trying to find that person, i think it will be more difficult as they recreate the bombs. they will have to figure out where some of this material may have come from. perhaps this will spark a tip from somebody who knows about somebody was working with pressure cookers or maybe has just put trust them. but right now, it all seems to be centered around the forensics and putting this all back together,
. everybody that knew her loved he her. >> patty campbell was originally told by the hospital that her daughter krystle survived the marathon bombing. >>> and a night of healing. a candlelight vigil for one of the youngest victims of the marathon bombing, while in new york the yankee stadium crowd put aside their feelings for boston and channelled the signature sweet sound of fenway park. oh, my. that puts a smile on my face. >> what a moment. gives people of boston goosebumps. >> that matters. welcome to this special edition of "early start." i'm john berman. >> good morning. i'm brooke baldwin. it's 4:00 a.m. in the east. we begin with this. new developments in the boston marathon bombings. chilling photos just released. they show the remains of one of the explosive devices. wir wires, we're also seeing a battery and bits and pieces of what looks to be a circuit board. reuters saying the government official who did not want to be identified shared these photos along with these images of a mangled pressure cooker. as we look at the different photos, one appears to be a cluster, you se
campbell and a boston university student a chinese national and her family asked that no other information be released. >> another individual in dorchester, massachusetts. people are holding banners asking for peace. >> they see the candles and the american flag and it was peaceful but it was also a reminder of how united we are as a neighborhood. >> all around the country not just runners but americans standing united with boston. runners going for a jog to honor the victims. >> we will also learn much more about the three victims. we have a closer look at each person there who lost lives and how their family and friends are remembering them. good morning, molly. >> good morning patti ann and heather. a difficult day for the city of boston. the loss of the three lives all of them had a connection here a 8-year-old boy his name martin richard. he was at the finish line with his mom, dad and his little sister when the bomb blasted. his life was taken his mother and sister remain very bravely injured and the dorchester neighborhood where he lived is completely stunned. they are remembering t
-year-old krystle campbell from medford had been watching the marathon with a friend. first her parents were told their daughter survive and then they learned her close friend was alive and krystle was dead. >> she had a heart of gold. she was always smiling and friendly. couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this is happening. she was such a happy worker in everything she did. it doesn't make any sense. >> nbc's correspondent is live in boston tracking the investigation. so michael, there is this image, still photographs we have been showing a lot of a man runing for the explosions dressed in black and clothes tattered. what are officials saying and whether this person is a new suspect or was this the person they questioned for the last couple of days? >> not clear if that's the case, but no indication that this individual is a suspect. he like a lot of other people were fleeing the scene where there were two horrific explosions. remember that the department of foreign nationals where they searched the other night, as far as we know has been cleared. there is no -- he's n
prayers are with the campbell family of medford. they're here today. their daughter crystal was always smiling. those who knew her said with her red hair and freckles and her ever-eager willingness to speak her mind, she was beautiful, sometimes she would be a little noisy. and everybody loved her for it. she would have turned 30 next month. as her mother said, through her tears, this doesn't make any sense. our prayers are with the liu family of china, who sent their daughter to b.u. so she could experience all this city has to offer. she was a 23-year-old student far from home. and in the heartache of her family and friends on both sides of a great ocean, were reminded of the humanity that we all share. our prayers are with the richard family of dorchester. to denise and the young daughter, jane. as they fight to recover. and our hearts are broken for 8-year-old martin. with his big smile and bright eyes. his last hours were as perfect as an 8-year-old boy could hope for. with his family eating ice cream at a sporting event. and we're left with two enduring images of this little boy.
. >> before the service the president met with family members of krystle campbell, who is one of the three two died. >> what a meeting that must have been. so difficult with the family members. what about the wounded? they were in attendance there did they meet the president? >> yes there was some of that happening inside the cathedral, and right after the service, he went across the street to a high school gymnasium and met with some first responders and then left in the motorcade and went to boston mass hospital which is still carrying for 11 patients from the attacks. one of several hospitals still carrying for the wounded. five patients are serious, six in fair condition, four lost limbs. that visit by the president at that hospital was closed to the press, but we can only imagine the meeting that carried to the people who were inside. >> when you hear the doctors talking about caring for the wounded, it rips your heart out. rick, thank you. >>> we're learning more about the man accused of sending poisoned letters to the president and a u.s. senator, his ex-wife saying he is a good guy. bu
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this young lady, 29-year-old crystal campbell. a restaurant manager who was killed while cheering on a friend at the marathon. and here is 23-year-old lo ling, a graduate student from china pursuing a degree at boston university as so many young people do. she was studying mathematics and statistics came out on that lovely day to watch the marathon with so many friends. and this little boy, eight-year-old martin richard, the youngest victim there. he was at a bruins game. there is a bruins game today. no doubt he will be remembered there. he was a third grader who had just hugged his dad at the finish line when that first bomb exploded, having been set down by the 19-year-old allegedly and that story will continue to tumble out. his family released this statement saying this: none of this will bring our beloved martin back, or reverse the injuries that these men inflicted on our family and nearly 200 others. we continue to pray for healing and for comfort on the long road that lies ahead of every victim and their loved ones. tonight our family applauds the entire law enforcement community fo
the boston marathon bombing case. as ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom some believe the fbi could have done more to prevent the terror attack. >> reporter: lawmakers from both parties says the fbi failed to closely monitor the bombers. he is suspect number one. killed in a shootout with police late last week. some experts who have been checking into tsarnaev's fbi activity says he is very radical and checking out jihaddist websites. they interviewed him in 2011. but they did not find evidence of suspicious activity but didn't find anything. that is the big question. because some lawmakers believe he might have been training overseas to pull off that terror act in boston. why some say the fbi had no choice but to close the case. when i see you next. live in washington, kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the man accused of mailing a letter containing the poison ricin to president obama is expected back in court today. he has denied any involvement in the letter sent to the president or other letters sent to a senator and judge. his attorney says authorities
-old krystle campbell, one of the three victims that died in the bombings. joining me now is michael isikoff, live in boston and jim cavanaugh, former atf special agent who led the investigations in to the atlanta olympic bombing and don clark, former agent in charge in houston. michael, let me go to you first. what jumps out at you from the fbi complaint filed today? >> reporter: well, actually, the passage describing the carjacking, a rather chilling account from the victim in which he was -- in which he describes being in his car on a road in cambridge, one of the tsarnaev brothers, the affidavit is not clear which one, knocks on the window, he rolls down the window, that tsarnaev opens the door, gets in, brand dishes his gun, says did you hear about the boston explosion and then adds, i did that. a boast that he was the bomber and then shows him his gun, taking out the magazine, shows the bullet in it, puts the magazine back in and says, i'm serious. he then orders the carjacker to drive him to an atm machine, also to pick up his brother, then take over the car and eventually the car --
eardrums. several lost limbs. 3 people were killed including 29-year-old crystal campbell. >> i couldn't have asked for a better daughter. we can't believe this has happened. she was just a happy. >> president obama called the bombings a cowardly act of terrorism. >> you want to know who we are, what america is, how we respond to evil, that's it. selflessly, compassionately. >> surveillance cameras like this one near the crime scene are proving crucial to investigators. they are using them combined with cell phone footage in the hopes of catching the suspect. >> someone knows who did this. >> runners return to the scene today to pick up belongings they left behind and their marathon medals. mourners are placing t-shirts near the crime scene. the area will be closed off until at least thursday. the white house is still not saying whether they think this is an act of terrorism. we do know the president is slated to come to boston on thursday. he will be part of an enter faith service which will be dedicated to those. just like the people you see behind me, a lot of people in mourning. re
campbell. >> she was just a beautiful young girl. she reminded me of my daughter, actually. and her wounds were horrific. you know, we worked very hard on her for a while until it was clear that it was -- it wasn't going to help the situation at all. and at that point we were feeling for a pulse and then the cardiac rhythm on the monitor was such that she was not going to survive and at that point the physician, you know, pronounced her -- said she was dead. >> dead in his arms. >> we just kind of all -- we just let out this guttural scream, you know. but that was it for that moment because we had to go on to the next patient. >> for the next 45 minutes, steven worked triage on the front lines. dozens were rushed to the emergency room under code red, meaning their chances of survival uncertain. >> it's a horrific tragedy that, you know, you couldn't wish on anyone. >> trauma surgeon dr. david king crossed the finish line moments before the second explosion. as the bodies were rushed from the medical tent to the emergency room, dr. king raced to mass general and spent the next 40 hours perf
, we now know two names, 29-year-old krystle campbell is one just confirmed to nbc news by her father this afternoon. she was a restaurant manager from medford massachusetts. this other guy, 8 years old, killed while they stood by the finish line. neighbors are haunted by this traged tragedy. >> to know he will never come home, it kept me up. >> martin released a statement, saying the wife and daughter suffered injuries, he asked others to pray for his family. stay with us for continuing coverage, and coming up at 4:15, we'll have details about the work going on at the white house right now to bring the attackers to justice. you can always get the latest on our website at nbcwashington.com or check us out on facebook and twitter. >>> right now, there are delays after computer problems grounded all american airlines flights. the problem happened after there were problems with the reservation systems. faa has asked they halt the flights until 5:00, reagan international has several cancelled flights from american right now. >>> a teenage girl accused of sexting in northern virginia, why
with his parents analysis. cnet crystal campbell also died and she had been going to watch the boston marathon since she was a little girl. >>> here in the restaurant they held a fundraiser for the injured boy from the boston marathon bombings. workers volunteered their time and donated the money. the fundraiser was to raise money. he was waiting for his mother to finish the bombings. we speak to his father. >> he is under sedation. he has a breathing tube in and erin is scheduled to undergo an operation today and is expected to make a full recovery. he will be back in time for his 12th birthday. >>> and they are putting together a special vigil run, it will be three miles long, one mile for each victim. then they will have a candle light vigil and those who are asked to participate are being asked to wear the colors of the boston marathon. and we will have continuing coverage and we will have a live report from the area of the investigation and at 4:52 we will look at how security is changes as a result of the explosions. >>> two children who escaped juvenile hall at woodside avenue
-old martin richard a third grader from dorchester. 29-year-old crystal campbell a restaurant manager from medford, massachusetts. and lingzi lu. 13 other people have had limbs amputated and a number of the casualties remain in serious condition. now, please keep all that have in mind while digesting the following. some media people are exploiting the terrorist attacks. others speculating in an irresponsible way. there are some examples. >> the real patriots' day is april 19th. the date that counts for people on the right in the united states. as it happens massachusetts celebrates patriot day on the third monday of every other month. >> let me ask you about domestic terrorism. they tend to be on the far right. do they advertise it? do they try to get credit as a group? hate america so much that they just want to dot damage? they don't care if they get public credit, if you sfwhil. >> it's important to recognize the recipe was shared and lauded by storm front, a neo nazi web site. the idea of leaderless resistance coming out of the far right neo nazi patriot movement also spread over to al
day. >> 8-year-old martin richard, 29-year-old crystal campbell, and li lingzi. >>> it's something that can be with these patients forever. >> speaking before a group of wounded warriors gathered for a bike rally, president obama said they will serve as an insurance operation for the boston victims. >> some of them will be a long road to recovery. >> we have brand-new information. a law enforcement source says images two of men seen near the finish line are being circ circulated. we'll update with the latest information. back to you. >>> a young victim from martinez is one step closer to home tonight. >> she under went a two-hour surgery today. she was hit by shrapnel by one of the bombs monday. >>> a battery apparently used as an ignition source to detonate one bomb is manufactured in california >> reporter: let me show you what we're talking about. this is the battery we're talking about they say is mostly used by hobby enthusiasts for radio controlled cars, the same nickel metal hydro chemistry you see in double a batteries. >> the company vice president's a shock when he checke
. tonight we think of all the wounded still struggling to recover, certainly we think of crystal campbell, we think of think of lu -- their lives reflected of all the diversities and beauty of our country. finally, let me say that even so much attention have been focused on the tragedy event in boston understandably, we have always seen a tight community in texas devastated by a terrible explosion, i want them to know that they are not for gotten. our thoughts and prayers are with the people of west texas where so many people lost their lives, some lost their homes. many were injured and many are still missing. i have talked to governor perr -- i i prayed the people in the west will have the resources they need. i want those people to know that we'll follow the commitment. all in all it has been a tough week but we have seen the character once more. as president, i am confident that we have the courage and the resilience and the spirit to over come these challenge, as one nation, you should god, in devisible with liberty and justice for all. thank you very much ladies and gentlemen. >> yo
bombing attack. krystle campbell was a 29 year-old restaurant worker. later tonight, a memorial service will be held at boston university for 23 year-old grad student lu lingzi, another victim. >> first baseman brand and moss and right fielder-break hope to meet with a 11 year- old sharon hern, the martinez boy injured in the boston marathon bombing sometime this morning at boston's children's hospital. the a's and flew to boston last night it will start a three game series with the red sox today at fenway park. hurd and his family have already received some high for profile guests including the first lady who visited him last thursday. meantime, back here in the bay area at tenders at a deli in martina's is showing support for young boston bombing victim aaron lerner was badly wounded by shrapnel. and dad, alan herman is a football coach at alhambra high school and martine as. yesterday, all workers of the delhi supported alhambra high school football jerseys to show support of 11 year-old aaron turner and his family. tenders is donating 15 percent of its sales to the herne family. aar
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, hundreds gathered for the funeral of krystle campbell, a young woman who will never see her 30th birthday. thanks to the brothers who allegedly carried out their deadly deeds in the crowd where she stood and cheered. i want to bring in nbc's luke russert with us from copley square in boston, and here in new york, nbc investigative producer bob windram. bob, the criminal complaint has been served against dzhokhar tsarnaev. you've head it. how damning is this complaint for the suspect? >> i think what you have here is a very strong complaint. remember, this is not an indictment. and this was not an arraignment today but an initial appearance. one of the things that struck me, as i was reading it, was the description of the search warrant executed in his dorm room at the university of massachusetts. at pine dale hall, they found a pyrotechnic device. not further explained. they found what appears to be the white hat that he wore and the black jacket that he wore. as well as bbs. so what you have throughout this charging sheet is a number of very specific details that go to what appears to be
campbell was laid to rest marking one week since the last taking a moment of silence... they took a flag and flew it half staff as a symbolic thoughtful way they handed over the flag. from his hospital bed, a few miles away, the 19-year-old is accused of unleashing the terror along with his older dead brother he had conspired to use weapons of mass destruction resulting in death and he could face the death penalty. dozens of his alleged victims remains hospitalized. >> i am angry, i am not angry 100% of the time but i am defiant and i want to come out stronger. >> a memorial service for officer shawn collier and we are hearing vice-president joseph biden will be in attendance but they are reopening boyleston street and they are opening it up in stages and this is just another sign things are returning to normal. >> torii, before you go, it is unusual to have a hearing at a hospital bed but he has been writing things down. any word on any clues, or things he said to the judge or during that hearing? >> no, during the hearing, you know, it is pretty unusual and we understand most of it was
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identified the second victim as 29-year-old krystle campbell seen here. a massachusetts resident who was there to cheer on a friend waiting to snap a photo at the finish line. her friend was seriously injured. >> these bombings have been heard around the world. >> and says his government is ready to assist the united states in their investigation in any way they can. says the only way to root out terrorism is to closely related efforts. >> d.c. police remained on high alert in the wake of yesterday's attacks. the extra security for the emancipation day parade down pennsylvania avenue. extra police on the metro patrolling the platforms and trains. extra security at the airport. armed guards on capitol hill, outside federal buildings, and pennsylvania avenue in front of white house is still closed. it will be launching fireworks tonight at freedom plaza as part of the emancipation day festivities. i want to remind these are planned explosions to there's no need for alarm. >> of some of these are bound version got to have some of them taken part in the marathon. they told the boston tv
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of an explosive device rigged to inflict maximum damage here. >>> 29-year-old krystle campbell died right near the marathon finish line. her mother simply heart broken. >> she was a wonderful person. everybody that knew her loved he her. >> the family was initially told that krystle had survived. >>> and the sweet signature tune for the boston red sox at fenway park turns up of all places at yankee stadium on the playlist last night, and i know everybody was rooting for boston. >> what a tribute. >> goosebumps watching that. good wednesday morning. welcome to a special edition of "early start." i'm brooke baldwin. >> i'm john bermen. we are live in boston. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> new developments in the boston marathon bombings to tell you about this morning. investigators tracking down some 2,000 leads. 2,000. examining chilling new photos. these photos just released overnight showing the remains of one of the detonated devices. they show wires, they show a battery and bits of what appears to be a circuit board. reuters says a government official who did not want to be identified shar
campbell was also killed. >> you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this is happening. she's such a hard worker in everything she did. this doesn't make any sense. >> nbc's chris jansing joins us now live from boston. chris, what an emotional time for the city of boston. >> without a doubt. this is a city that is grieving. it's also a city that's coming together. and we saw it in a very big way and in a heart warming way last night in dorchester which is the home of 8-year-old martin richard. a big crowd came out to show support for the family. it is hard to even imagine what they are going through not only losing an 8-year-old but the mother who had to undergo brain surgery. she had a very serious injury whether the entire family was near the finish line of the boston marathon. and their little girl, just 6 years old, first grader, who lost her leg. but last night we saw people lighting candles. they were laying flowers, stuffed animals and a lot of peace signs. one of the moving pictures that has come out of this is less than a year ago when little martin richard had made
now know, 29-year-old krystle campbell. what a life she had. so much love from her entire family. and also, martin richard, young boy just 8 years old. a candlelight vigil held last night in his honor. people packing a park in his dorchester neighborhood. as for the injured, some good news to tell you about this morning. at least 100 of the 183 people taken to the hospital, they have now been released. we are -- >> we're hearing president obama set to visit boston tomorrow just to make everybody understand how big this is to the country. there will be an interfaith service when we gets here. we're tracking this entire story for you live in boston, looking at who was lost, but also the important steps toward finding who did this and why. let's bring in national correspondent susan candiotti joining us here in boston with the latest. susan? >> good morning, chris. because of these photos, we are now getting a close-up look at what a killer or killers used to kill and to maim innocent people. crime scene photos show part of what could be a pressure cooker used in the bombings. other
under budget. right now they are talking about gun legislation and kyla campbell reports from the washington d.c. newsroom, average americans are seemingly backing off the push for tougher laws, kyla? >> reporter: they are weakening across the country and here is the latest poll. 49% of americans now support stricter gun laws which is down 58% in january. this afternoon the senate is voting on at least 9 different pieces of legislation and they will expand to online gun sales and shows. it needs 60 votes to pass and based on a number of senators speaking out it looks like they could fall short. there are others up for a vote including an assault weapons ban led by dianne finestein. >> we hope to set up a series of votes both sides would like to initially offer on this legislation. >> the final legislation will -- >> reporter: the final legislation will not be hammered out and i will have what happens in these next votes when i see you next kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> according to the washington post, facebook lobbyists worked behind the scenes on capitol hil
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of minutes, president barack obama will leave the white house and head for boston. as kyla campbell reports from the washington d.c. newsroom, the president is honoring the victims from the marathon bombings, kyla? >> reporter: the first lady is joining the president and they are scheduled to leave in five minutes from now. the president will be speaking not far from the devastating scene of the finish line of the boston marathon. his opponents, mitt romney will also be at that interfaith service this morning. last night president barack obama declared a state of emergency in massachusetts and authorizes homeland security and fema to coordinate disaster relief efforts. >> as the president said, we will find out who did this, we will find out why and we will bring those responsible to justice. >> the governor of massachusetts said -- first lady michelle obama expressed interest at visiting victims at the hospital but also did not want to be disruptive and she tells me she can not confirm any of those plans at this hour. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> also this morning, north
for his sister and his mom, his brother and his dad. it helps us to say that we'll miss krystle campbell and celebrate her spirit that brought her to the marathon year after year. it helps us to mourn lu lingzi, who came to the city in search of education, and found new friends. we'll never forget her. i'm telling you, nothing can defeat the heart of the city. nothing. nothing will take us down, because we take care of one another. even with the smell of the smoke in the air, and blood on the streets, tears in our eyes, we triumphed over that hateful act on monday afternoon. it's a glorious thing. the love and the strength covers our city. it will push us forward. it will push thousands and thousands and thousands of people across the finish line next year. because this is boston. a city with courage, compassion and strength that knows no bounds. thank you. [ applause ] >> mayor thomas menino. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> located at the finish line of the boston marathon, old south church in boston has developed over the years a ministry to marathoners. and i'm here to tell you that they are a sp
campbell campbell, we think of ling su lu and martin richard. they reflect the diversity and beauty of our country sharing a great american experience together. finally let me say even with so much attention focused on the events in boston understandably we have also seen a tight-knit community in texas devastated by a terrible explosion. i blind them to know that they are not forgotten. our thoughts and prayers are with the people of west, texas where so many people lost their lives and lost their homes and many injured and many are still missing. i talked to governor period and the mayor and i pledge that they will have the resources they need to recover and rebuilding in the one everybody in texas to know we will follow through with those commitments. it has been a tough week we have seen the character of our country once more we have the courage and resilience and spirit to overcome these challenges to move forward as one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. thank you very much. >> president obama speaking at the white house on the heels of the announcement
exchange student studying at boston university, and 29-year-old, krystle campbell, and the officer that was gunned down in the middle of the fight with police. >> poppy, we appreciate it so. >>> the suspect under heavy guard at the medical center. he was brought there shortly after being taken into custody last night. it's believed that he may have been injured in friday night's shootout with police. and what do we know about his condition? >> reporter: well, christine, at last check we know he was in serious condition. we don't know the nature of his injuries or where they were, but we are hearing he experienced a substantial amount of blood loss, and there are indications he was first wounded yesterday morning in watertown during the shootout with police, and then after that, authorities found him on a boat in watertown. there was blood on the boat when authorities arrived, so there's a possibility that he also sustained injuries during a gun fight at the scene there as well. but, again, we do know he's in serious condition and he had substantial blood loss. >> clearly there must
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richard, krystle campbell, lu lingzi, officer sean llwillive in eternity. >> reporter: the cardinal lead the congregation in praying for the injured. he also called for tolerance. >> we must be people of reconciliation, not revenge. the crimes of the two young men must not be the justification for prejudice against muslims or against immigrants. >> reporter: among the worshippers was richard paris, head of the boston firefighters union. >> the world's got to get together. be on one page. stop hurting people, start helping people, like everybody did that day last monday with the marathon. >> reporter: as bostonians prayed, in the nearby community of medford, friends and family of the one of the victims, 27-year-old krystle campbell greefd. her wake was held today. she will be buried tomorrow. tomorrow kbos ton-- boston and surrounding communities will observe a moment of silence at 2:50 p.m., marking the exact time the bombs went off last monday. jeff. >> jeff: elaine, thank you. >> floodwaters are rising in the midwest. major flooding is reported in at least six states following days of
remembered 29- year-old krystle campbell. the line of mourners stretched down the block. she loved to watch the marathon every year. near nearly 50 people remain hospitalized. doctors said today all are expected to survive but many face a difficult recovery. jen regan's fiance mark fucarile was among the most severely wounded. >> mark was critically injured and still is in the i.c.u. at this time. he has recently regained consciousness. mark's right leg has been amputated above the knee and shrapnel litters most of his body. the most seriously being his heart. even though his heart was physically damaged, it did not lessen the size of his incredibly loving heart. >> reporter: boston is trying to ease back to its routines. some barricades around the crime scene have been removed. the site of the attack could be reopened as early as tomorrow. nancy taylor is a senior minister at the old south church in boston. >> i tes boston move on? >> i think in sort of a halting fashion. will evknow that it will ever to quiteto quite the same city e back twere. but we'll adjust and be back to be a somewha
-year-old krystle cambell one of the three spectators killed in the blast. campbell was a restaurant manager who was watching a friend run the marathon. live in boston, edward lawrence, back to you. >>> the father of the two suspects says he plans to travel to the united states later this week saying he has many questions for police. >>> today the martinez boy injured in the bombing may get special visitors from the bay area. as batting coach waller, first bay man brandon moss and josh reddick hope to see the child before they play at fenway park. he had multiple surgeries at boston's children's hospital and got a visit from first lady michelle obama last week. >>> a marin running company will hold a special run tonight in honor of those affected by the boston marathon bombings. runners will leave from ross common park at 6:45 for the 2.5- mile run. they will wear blue and yellow in honor of the marathon's official colors. >>> we'll have continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings right here on kpix 5 and kpix.com. >>> following the events in boston, san francisco's police ch
lillian campbell picked up the newspaper, she had to think twice about today's headline: "nightmare's end." is this the nightmare over for you? >> no, the nightmare will never ve over. this will never end for me or the family. >> reporter: her granddaughter, krystal campbell, was killed in the marathon bombings. she lived here for two years, s,king care of her 79-year-old grandmother who is on a respirator. >> thank you. k> reporter: family members have come from far and wide for her l.neral. >> a grandmother is not supposed to bury their young children. i shouldn't be going to her wake. she should be coming to mine. >> reporter: the youngest victim was eight-year-old martin richard, remembered by members of his soccer team as cheerful and fun-loving. >> i used to play football with ndm, and he used to always bring the funniness to the game. >> reporter: his alleged killer now in custody, richard's father released a statement: and law enforcement lost one of its own. 26-year-old sean collier, an m.i.t. police officer, was shot to death thursday night as the suspects made a run for it. som
and we have confirmed to the victims' names. crystalichard and campbell. fashioned out of our pressure cooker and packed with nails and other debris. >> you can see the latest developments as the investigation unfolds. learn how you can help and see .ore photos and video click on special coverage. >> we are tracking some on cells whether with a front coming from the north. dry weather for most of the baltimore area today. the clouds have thinned out qaeda fair, balanced, and unafraid for through the afternoon allowing temperatures to warm up. there will be the trend for the next few days. a mixed bag of clouds and son. temperatures above normal. it can see the showers of to the north and west. there is a pretty good cluster of thunderstorms across the ohio valley. a severe thunderstorm watch in parts of ohio and through parts of western maryland. we do expect that to break up crossing the mountains but there is a slight chance for hitter may showers. for the time being ahead of that system, raises have broken up the clouds. 68 at chester town. 70 around cambridge. 73 in salisbury. west
back. can you stop for a minute? >> reporter: the emotion just as raw as patty campbell remembered her daughter, 29-year-old krystle campbell, who also killed in the attack. >> she was a wonderful person. >> reporter: campbell reportedly left her job at a restaurant recently to take care of her ailing grandmother compounding the grief, the initial glimmer of hope when the family was first told krystle was alive, only to learn it was her friend who survived. >> she was all smiles. couldn't ask for a better daughter. >> reporter: and this morning new details are trickling in about the third victim, a boston university graduate student from china who had been watching the marathon with two friends when tragedy struck. the parents of the graduate student of china have not released her name yet because they haven't told her grandparents, saying they don't think that they can handle it. also of note, that restaurant where campbell worked, they closed it today in her honor. >> thanks very much. >>> we turn to another potential terrorism scare out of washington. a letter mailed to a mississipp
in for tori campbell. it's weandz -- wednesday, april 17th. >>> we're following new developments into the boston marathon bombings. claudine wong has more from the newsroom with more on the information we're learning this morning about the evidence and the victims. claudine? >> there's been a lot of information coming out about both the victims and evidence. want to start out with the pictures. these were just released overnight and it will give us a good look at the evidence. twisted metal in the pressure cookers, remnants of the black bags that authorities believe those bombs were transported in and these give us a good look at some of the other evidence found there. you have the batteries found there at the scene. you have wires and that appears to be some kind of circuit board, all evidence that authorities hope will lead them to the person responsible for the attack. when you talk about the scene in boston, this morning streets remain blocked off. they are still processing the scene. and a lid from one of the pressure kooblgers was found ashe -- cookers was found on the roof
, family and friends also saying goodbye today to 29-year-old crystal campbell, one of three people killed during the bombings at boston marathon. police say she was cheering on a friend. she was at the finish line when the first bomb exploded. hundreds gathered for her wake today at a funeral home in medford. she will be laid to rest at a private funeral. >> gregg: boston bombings impacting the immigration reform debate now. the attacks coming as the u.s. senate is holding hearings on a bipartisan bill that some critics say would put the united states borders in jeopardy. national correspondent steve centanni has more on that. steve, how exactly is the bombing affecting this debate? >> a few republicans are saying we should postpone the immigration reform bill because of the bombings. chuck grassley of iowa is one of them. he said on friday's hearing we need to be sure that people who intend to harm americans are not allowed to enter the country. republican senator dan coats of indiana is taking that go slow approach. listen. >> immigration is an issue that has dramatic economic effect on
campbell was laid to rest. shortly after the moment marking one weeks since the blast. a moment of silence to remember all that was lost and all that is left to recover. >> the mayor accepted the american flag which was flown at half staff over the marathon finish line. a symbolic tradition as the fbi had of the busy corridor in the city. >> this was done by the people on the ground work here for the last seven days. >> a 19 year-old accused of unleashing the terra along with his older brother face a judge. he was charged with using and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death. and the malicious destruction of property resulting in death. he could face the death penalty. >> and dozens of his alleged victims remained hospitalized. >> i am angry! i am not angry 100 percent of the time i am angry. i want to come out stronger. >> the u.s. government source says the suspect had started communicating in some fashion with investigators claiming his older brother was the mastermind behind all of this. also saying they were not part of an international terrorist groups. it
of dorchester massachusetts. on tuesday, another victim identified. 29-year-old criskris kris krystle campbell. >> i can't believe this is happening. >> reporter: the third person identified is a boston university graduate student. as for the man police are questioning in the hospital. he was a spectator, he was injured, but not a person of interest. charlie and norah. >> we have john miller, formerueller, former fbi director. >> they are looking at a lot of photographs. a couple of them they have seen they have high interest in. these are photographs that are immediately before the bombings or minutes before the bombings where they see an individual with packages who they think is a possible match for the bomber. with more than one photograph with more than one individual. they are trying to go through digital evidence will we find a picture of our guy. >> this particular photograph people are making note of this morning. it looks like if you look in that area there, it looks like a package in front of the speck spectators. most of the spectators had a blast from the back o
common to honor martin richard, crystal campbell and a boston university grad student. >>steve: eight-year-old martin richard, the youngest victim, was at the race cheering on his father. he was at the finish line to give him a hug when the bombs went off. his mother and younger sister suffered major injuries from the blast. i believe the mother has a brain injury. >>brian: and the sister's holding on two. 29-year-old krystal campbell killed in the commotion. she was at the marathon cheering on her friend's boyfriend. >> we are heart broken. she was a wonderful -- she had -- everybody that her loved her. she was always smiling [inaudible] you could not ask for a better daughter. >>gretchen: we now know the third victim was a chinese national. she was attending grad school at boston university. her family has asked that no other information be released at this time. there is one piece of information that is amazing that's coming out this morning, and that was yesterday governor deval patrick had a press conference in massachusetts and was talking about one of the victims he had seen in
and his family tonight. the second person killed has just been identified as 29-year-old krystle campbell of medford, mass. she was reportedly at the finish line as a spectator. we're still waiting on the name of the third victim. and as we wait, there are two main aspects to this story now. what happened and the investigation into what happened. we begin with that. and nbc news justice correspondent pete williams. pete, what do officials know? what are they saying? >> well, consider this interesting fact. i just talked to a person who has done a lot of bomb investigations who says that under normal conditions, it is possible to gather up 93 to 98% of the bomb devices themselves. even though they will be in little pieces and will be all bent up. most of the bombs will not be consumed by the explosion. so they're optimistic that they will have within a fairly short time here, it may take a couple of days, a pretty good idea of exactly how these devices were made. and already they say they have a rough idea of what components were used to make the bombs. unfortunately, these are very common
. today we learned about krystle campbell who died in the blast. she came yesterday to watch her friend cross the finish line. her mom said she worked 16 hour days at the local seafood restaurant but was never too tired to share her love or her smile. she was just 29 years old. martin richard was just 8 years old, his mother and 6-year-old sister recovering from surgery tonight. the sign he's holding in that photo for the second grade peace march reads, no more hurting people. we'll talk more about martin richard tonight, three lives lost, dozens more forever changed. we honor them and also this strong city. for all that has happened here, you should know this is not a city under siege. this is not a city of fear. yes, people may be holding their kids a little tighter, keeping their eyes open a little wider, but this is a city where today life and love and liberty continue. people went jogging today, they walked their dogs, brought their children to the playground and to school. boston has been battered, but it is by no means broken, not now, not ever. we've learned from 9/11 and perhap
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that with the identification of krystle campbell. one of the victims. one of the three confirmed fatalities. the family went to the hospital. they were told that she survived. but when they got there, it was in fact their friend attending the marathon and that their daughter parished in the explosion. i want to go back it michael on the ground in boston. michael, gauge for me the activity as far as investigators. not people who are trying to at least get back to normal and milling about but the area that crime scene, what kind of activity have you seen there today? >> right. it clearly intensified today. we saw agent in hazmat suites and bomb-sniffing dogs combing the area of the bomb site earlier today. looking, going through debris. looking for any scraps of evidence. this is a very intense investigation today. clearly activities have accelerated. we were told yesterday we would get a briefing in the morning g and that got pushed back to 1:00 and then that was pushed back to 5:00. i suspect that's from the program made. but reality check, we've all been saying this afternoon, we really got to take this s
-old lulinzi and 29-year-old christie campbell. ms. campbell's mother said this. >> we have broken at the depths of our heart. she was a wonderful person. everybody that knew her loved her. she loved her -- she had a heart of gold. she was always smiling. you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this has happened. >> and even while mrs. campbell was eulogizing her daughter, politics were being played. >> in this terrible situation, let's be very grateful that we had a well-funded functioning government. i never was as a member of congress one of the curators government, lower taxes, no tax cut would have helped us with this or will help us recover. this is very expensive. at a time like this, no one thinks about saving pennies. >> bill: unbelievable. now, we called barney frank who is no longer in congress. wanted him to come on the program but he said no and he was smart to say no because i would have yelled at him a lot more than i yelled at him last time for doing that. now. joining us from washington to react kate obenshain, a republican strategist and from los a
campbell when they first arrived at the church. after the fact mr. obama and his wife split up. he went to mass general where he visited with some of the survivors as well as some of the families of some of the victims and the staff. his wife we're just now learning in the last few minutes spent the last hour at brigham and women's hospital and children's hospital speaking with some of the youngest affected by this awful tragedy. this is a very personal story not just for the president but entire white house. dennis mcdonough with ties to boston. some of his tice including lisa monaco who briefed him on the latest on the investigation just moments before he took off earlier today. >> peter alexander. thank you very much. i also want to bring in two membership, michael ross whose city council office is near where the bombs went off and mr. walker. you just heard peter alexander describe the president's tone as defiant. what was the mood like at the memorial service today among the people there? >> well, it was needed. you know, my city council district includes the business district and
campbell, of course, one of the victims. one of the people who was killed in the bombing on monday. and then afterwards he met with some of the people who are still recovering in the hospital. also met with first responders. and the first lady, we are told, met with children who are recovering at brigham and women's hospital. this was a day fraught with emotion but also fraught with defiance as the president and first lady went there to boston in a role that is really becoming all too familiar, sort of responding to these communities in a state of mourning and healing. karen? >> you know, kristen, that was the second emotional speech the president has given in less than 18 hours. do you think he carried the emotion we heard yesterday in the rose garden in that speech on guns with him to boston today? >> reporter: well, i think it's certainly possible. he did as you did point out deliver a speech yesterday that was emotional after the manchin/toomey was voted down or voted against in the senate. he had stern words for members of both parties who voted against that compromise amendme
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-old crystal campbell will be laid to rest just outside of boston. at 11:50 a.m. our time that is when a moment of silence will be held. live in the newsroom brian flores. >>> tonight runners in marin county will honor victims of the boston bombings. they will take part in a 2.5- mile race that begins at 6:45 at ross park. runners are encouraged to wear blue and yellow clothing. the official colors of the boston marathon. for more information on the boston bombings you can go to our website ktvu.com to see a special section with more details and information. >>> time is 6:03. the furloughs of air traffic controllers has started. tara moriarty is live at sfo now to tell us how travelers are reacting. tara. >> reporter: a lot of the passengers we have been speaking to this morning have been saying that congress needs to get its act together. if you take a look behind me, there is the air traffic control tower right there. and fewer controllers is something a lot of people are not excited about. saying the fat can be trimmed in other ways. traffic ramps upstarting this morning due to the business
, funeral services for one of the bombing victims, 29-year-old krystle campbell. and across boston and the world, the outpouring of support for the victims and the heroes continues. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ whoa whoa whoa ♪ good times never seemed so good ♪ ♪ so good, so good, so good ♪ i've been inclined ♪ whoa whoa whoa >> an emotional week in boston and we're on top of all the stories, good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. boston and the nation pause for a moment of silence one week after the first bomb blast at the boston marathon. seven days later, investigators from the fbi and c.i.a. are taking the first crucial steps in trying to communicate with boston bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev. joining me now, nbc news justice correspondent, pete williams. pete, what do we know about their ability to communicate with him and about the legal steps that they will be taking? >> well, their ability to communicate with him is limited, because of this injury he has, his injuries are pretty serious. ehe's said to be in serious but stable condition. he's on a ventilat
campbell killed while standing at the finish line cheering on a friend. no word for services for 8-year-old martin rich. there will be a memorial at boston university tonight to honor grad student lu lingzi and another memorial is going to be held wednesday for the officer sean collier who was killed. michael isikoff, dzhokhar was charged today with conspireing. what's the latest with the 19-year-old suspect? >> reporter: well, he has been charged and there is a preliminary court hearing scheduled for may 30th. i have to say it is not at all clear what his medical condition is at this point and whether he is going to be able to appear for that court appearance. the manning straight had to be brought to the hospital. and in the affidavit with those criminal charges, it talks about him suffering gun wounds to the throat, the neck, to the body, multiple gun wounds. what his medical condition will be at this point is not clear. now what is, there are some additional details in this fbi affidavit. and probably what stuck out to me most was this very chilling account of the carjacking that to
lives were taken in the bombing, krystle campbell, martin richard and lingzi lu as well as for fallen m.i.t. police officer sean collier, gunned down thursday night allegedly during the suspects' flight to watertown. we honor them all tonight as we have this past week. a short time ago, people gathered on the boston university campus as well to remember lingzi lu, who came here from china to pursue a graduate degree in applied math. her family says that while she was here, she fell in love with this city. tonight, this city returned that love. we also honor the bravery of a young woman i spoke to, a dancer who lost a foot and part of her leg in the bombings but vows tonight she will dance again. you'll hear from her when we visit her in her hospital room and her husband as well. there's also late word on the terror plot that authorities in canada say they have broken up. we begin, though, with a very full day here in boston and our "360's" randi kaye. >> reporter: exactly one week after the bombs went off, there remain as many questions as answers. the man to answer most of them, suspec
campbell.a 29=year-old restaurant worker. krystle had been near the finish line of the race - cheering on a friend's boyfriend. those who couldn't get into the service watched from outside the church. some hung a u-s flag in a nearby tree. then at 2:50 this afternoon - the time of the first blast. people paused for a moment of silence to honor the victims. hundreds stopped near the copley square. beyond boston. everything fell silent on the senate floor in the nation's capital. and -- at the new york stock exchange. across the city.51 bombing victims remained hospitalized monday.three of them in critical condition. and we learned that the boston police officer shot and wounded in the firefight with the suspects last week is expected to recover. officer richard donohue lost all of his own blood. doctors say his heart stopped for a terrifying 45 minutes before he was resuscitated. donohue was friends with sean collier - the campus police officer from m-i-t who was killed by the suspects. the white house says the vice-president will attend collier's memorial later this week. and as a hand
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at boston university. chris tin campbell. her mom said she had a heart of gold. investigators are turning to the public for any information about monday's attack. >> we're asking anyone who may have heard someone speak about the marathon or the date of april 15th that indicated that there was a target to call us. someone knows who did this. they say they'll try to reconstruct the bombs which were apparently made in pressure cookers hidden in backpacks. >> we are moving the evidence to a lab in virginia for a complete analysis. >> reporter: president obama will travel to boston thursday for a service dedicated to the victims. >>> this was a heinous encoredly act. and given what we now now about what now took place, the fbi is investigating it as a about of terrorism. >>> we're learning more about the unity and the solidarity of the people of boston. people coming together to donate blood and money to the families of those who perished here. reporting from boston. back to you. >>> more details now about the explosive devices, a fox tv station from atlanta obtained images showing pieces of
vÍctima reconocida crisrec n reconocida kristen campbell. >>> que roba la calma a la poblaciÓn y la hace vulnerable. >>> mucho caos, mucha gente, mucha conmociÓn, mucho personal mÉdico, de seguridad, eso mÁs que todo y la gente corrÍa para todos lados. >>> en medio de tanto dolor el doctor dijo estar sorprendido por la fortaleza y el valor de sus pacientes. >>> sin duda alguna una fortaleza que serÁ ejemplo para la naciÓn que ha sido golpeada con hechos como este, marÍa celeste. >>> los mÉdicos que atienden a los heridos dicen que algunos pacientes han tenido que sacarle hasta 40 objetos metÁlicos desde balÍnes hasta clavos, objetos que son entregados como evidencia al fbi y los investigadores. >>> marÍa celeste, las explosiones que ocurrieron ayer por la tarde reabren la herida del terrorismo ademÁs a nivel nacional, new york una de las ciudades que mÁs incrementÓ las medida de seguridad, isolda esÁa allÁ. >>> muy buenas tardes, new york que estÁ ventosa y tambiÉn que ha amanecido como una fortaleza en el dÍa de hoy res guardada por los cuatro costados, incluyendo lte
-old krystle campbell was at the finish line with her best friend. >> more than 170 people were also wounded. >> i'm alive, and being so close to the blast, it could have turned out way worse. >> the injured are being treated for shrapnel wounds, pierced your drums and lost limbs. >> some of them woke up today with no legs and they told me they were happy to be alive. they told me they thought they would die as they saw the blood spilling out. >> the bombs that exploded near the finish line were built and put in place to look like pieces of trash. >> this was a heinous and cowardly act. given what we now know about what took place, the fbi is investigating as an act of terrorism. >> the fbi is asking for leave and cell phone videos. >> at logan airport as people departed, customers and border patrol agents asked if they had smart phones and could they download photos or videos. >> someone knows who did this. >> yes. you mentioned the painstaking work that has been done to put those devices back together to reassemble them or reengineer them, if you will. that's going on with video surveillan
martin was the little boy that was killed.' this morning the family of 29=year old krystle campbell confirmed that she was killed in the blast. >> she was always smiling and friendly. you could not ask for a better daughter. i cant believe it's happened doctors treating the injured say the bombs were packed with ball bearings and carpenters nails, designed to kill and maim. >> these patients came to us with completely mangled and for hour after hour, the surgical teams removed limb after limb. >> i've been moved and as a matter of fact really amazed by the resolve of our patients. i talked to some of them. i talked to some of the families. they're really amazing people. some of them woke up today with no leg, and they told me that they're happy to be alive. we will continue to follow this developing story. and bring you the latest updates here on kron 4. and on our website. at kron4.com. and remember you can watch the weather forecast whenever it is convenient for you on our 24/7 bay area news channel. >> jacqueline: a look a your extended forecast. a nice afternoon with temperature
died in the attack have now been identified. 29-year-old crystal campbell of medford, massachusetts and eight-year-old martin richard of boston. the third victim was a boston university student from china. his family has asked his name not be released. >> all were remembered during a vigil on boston common. earlier in the evening, thousands gathered for a vigil honoring martin richard. tonight 70 suks of the injure >> tonight 76 of the injured are in hospital and some with serious injuries. >> among the injured is 11-year-old aaron hern of ma -- of martinez. the community came together in force to support him and his family. abc news reporter john alston is live at a restaurant where thousands of dollars were raised. john? >> carolyn, the hern family was supposed to return to martinez today after their trip to boston. because of what happened people i'm went to the cafe to make what happened a little easier. they ate pasta and salad at $5 a plate, but donated much more. it was put together by rocks on main whose grandchildren go to school with the injured child. >> it was senseless
look to people like anne campbell, our superintendent and to cheryl there to educate us and i said this morning "i am interested what we can do as a district attorney's office to help , what we can do to help" because we recognize we're not experts. we have an expertise in certain areas dealing with consequences and accountability and we're good with that. when it comes to soft power with great collaboration we can have a support role and provide to our educators and experts what exactly can we do to assist you getting to the end that everybody talked about today and that's the only different take we would have. >> great thank you. [applause] i would like to say we need to wrap up. we have a late start and need to keep moving. i would like to say what struck me today that even though teachers and principals are in school all day addressing those things in the hallways and they're not here. we have school people but they're not the ones on the ground but i think they would be thrilled to know that the people in this room that represent law enforcement -- i think i saw someone fr
campbell, another struggling to accept her loss. >> we cannot believe this has happened. such a hard worker in everything she did. it does not make any sense. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> what kind of daughter was sheet? >> she was the best. we could not ask for a better daughter. >> police believed the bombs were in a domestic pressure parker, a technique that has been used in iraq and afghanistan. explosives are placed inside and the ball bearings and nails are placed around the explosive and the list is put back on. the bomb goes off, it causes maximum devastation. police believe the parts were put into a backpack, a backpack was left on the ground, and the suspect walked away. president barack obama will travel to boston on thursday for a service to remember the victims. he says this was an act of terror but americans cannot be terrorized. >> what we don't yet know is who carried out this attack or by, whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization foreign terrorist ofanizationor was the act a malevolent individual. >> the fbi is asking people in the boston area if th
short. 29-year-old krystel campbell, the restaurant manager went to the marathon to take at that picture of her friends's boyfriend crossing the finish line. hundreds of neighbors remember martin richard with boundless energy and infectious smile that would simply light up a room. >> this was a devastating tragedy. to have it happen so close to home. so close you could actually hear the bang. that is too close to home. >> although it was shocking as you can see here tonight it really rally ad strong community together. >> it is kind of uplifting to see the whole park full and all of the community spirit of people wanting to be together to support each other but also so that the family knows how much support they have. everyone knows them. everybody loves them. it is just unthinkable such, you know, anybody's little boy was our little boy. bill: also through her own tears, patty campbell the mother of krytel. mother remembers a daughter taken too soon. >> i remember, everybody that knew her, loved her. she used to -- had a goal. who couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this
about their loss. 29-year-old crystal campbell was a manager at a restaurant in boston. >> we are heartbroken at the death of our daughter. she was always smiling and friendly. you couldn't ask for a better daughter. i can't believe this is happening. >> martin richard was 8 years old. he and his family were watching the runners finish. a third victim is believed to be a student from china. that person's name has not been released at the family's request. >>> chinese war ships patrolled waters near the disputed islands in the east china sea on wednesday, reportedly as part of an exercise. the senkaku islands are controlled by japan by claimed by china and taiwan. the vessels enter the waters on tuesday night and stayed until just before dawn the next day after conducting drills in the western pacific. they practice inexpecting and seizing suspicious vessels. a senior fleet officer was quoted as saying the islands are an integral part of chinese territory. and it is justifiable for the navy to navigate in the waters around the islands and that there is no cause for criticism. c
of the three victims who died last night. a vigil for 8-year-old martin richard. krystle campbell the 29-year-old restaurant manager is being remembered. as well as a chinese graduate student from boston university who was watching the race with friends. >> a massachusetts official tells use that authorities believe they have identified a suspect and an abc station in boston is reporting a suspect has been arrested but that is not confirmed by abc7 news. the grieving continues in boston with president obama and the first lady heading here tomorrow for a memorial in on of victims. >> thank you. the bay area boy injured in the boston bombing is involving from a new round of surgery today. the 11-year-old aaron hern was there to cheer on his mother running in the marathon. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard is in martin news. >> the community is rallying behind his family. >> it is amazing the love and support that martinez is showing for the 11-year-old aaron hern who is recovering at this hour in boston. this restaurant, one of three restaurants holding fundraisers for his family, i spoke with
will cry and then the other one will. it is heartbreaking. victims have been identified. krystle campbell was one of those killed. her mother paid tribute to her. >> i cannot leave this has happened. she was such a hard worker in everything she did. >> boston is a city that mourns for its dead. tomorrow, president obama comes to sharon agreed, and to reassure a nation shaken by the attacks on the marathon. >> a busy day in the investigation where we do seem to have fixed the sound problems that we have with boston. lord trevelyan is there. we have been getting conflicting reports -- laura trevelyan is there. we have been getting conflicting reports. describe for us what we know and what we do not know. time, thereoint in are two things we know. boston police and the fbi have said that no arrests have been made in connection with this case. and we also understand that a press conference with information from the police and the fbi was do about half an hour ago, but was postponed. that is due this evening. those are the two things we know. the rest of the realm of speculation and contradict
campbell for your mentor ship and my colleagues and coen and i thank you. (applause) thanks for mayor of san francisco, edwin lee and the board of supervisors these are all people who not only believes in wrap around but put fining behind it and in fact it cost so much in the way of resource to save one person in violate injury but it's the less than the cost of resid victim and so i want to thank aum you have in the name of hope and belief in our communities for allowing us to do this work and continuing and to kaiser meta fund and at&t those who have believed in us and finally, i want to thank my valentine scot lord because everyday is valentine's day with you. thank you. (applause) . . >> our final award will be pretend by the executive vice president of group lead social responsibility union bank.. >> well good morning everyone it's great to be here to see all of you and hear some of these ininspiringing stories from yawn and david and certainly listening to the moving transcribe beauty begin by row chyle and i the privilege of introducing two extraordinary individuals and it
campbell, and a third identified, a native of china. >> thanks to brian for that. a program note. in our east coast broadcast we used a video excerpt that was not related to the explosion of the fertilizer plant of west, texas. that was immediately addressed and corrected. we thank you for watching abc news. tune into "good morning america" for all the latest. good nig ♪ ♪ if loving you is wrong ♪ i don't wanna be right [ record scratch ] what?! it's not bad for you. it just tastes that way. [ female announcer ] honey nut cheerios cereal -- heart-healthy, whole grain oats. you can't go wrong loving it. bee happy. bee healthy. with clusts of flakes and o's. oh, ho ho... it's the honey sweetness. i...i mean, you...love.
campbell and richard martin were killed. >> reporter: good morning, richard. let's talk about the investigation first. the authorities have been vesting photographs, images from anybody in the public. it appears that is now paying off, perhaps the most successful images coming from a security camera at lord & taylor across the street from the finish line. but those images show what appears to be somebody taking duffel bags and placing them at the spot where the bomb exploded. so there's a major focus of attention on those pictures trying to analyze them to see if they can then lead to who may indeed be a suspect. meantime, as you mentioned the president will be making a visit here to boston for an interfaith memorial service. the president will be joined here by so many bostonians. of course, one of the concerns, security has, because it's another large gathering if somebody would have tried to do something. they've told folks if they're gathering, they may not bring bags, backpacks. they should come with a few things, maybe a phone in their hand, but not much more. that's 11:
recovering from injury and tears for the three people who died, 29-year-old krystle campbell, lu, a native of china and 8-year-old martin richard. tracy helped his younger sister who lost a young. >> if my daughter were injured like that, so badly injured and so scared but she was incredibly brave. >> sources tell use that the f.b.i. has images of two men both possible suspects. the best video comes from cameras at the lord & taylor store. >> there is video that has raised the question of those, the f.b.i. would like to speak with. we need the public's help in locating the individuals. >> f.b.i. agents are also processing hundreds of pieces of evidence including circuit borders, small nails and the remains of a pressure cooker bomb. >> it is extremely important to match the bomb to the bad guy. >> we are having audio difficulty. this little boy, aaron hern, we will talk about him right now. >> he was injured in the boston bombings and has taken a huge step forward is how the family described the recovery, dramatically improving according to his mother. he suffered a deep thigh wound and ot
to scare and shake the people of boston. good afternoon, i am john sasaki in for tori campbell. two days after the devastation in boston a explosion at a fertilizer plant in texas killed and injured many. it happened at a town near dallas. sal castaneda joins us with more. >> reporter: the explosion is blamed for the deaths of between 5 and 15 people according to authorities. the explosion's violent force was captured in this amateur video. watch closely as it quickly goes from bad to worse. >> -- sure the -- [ explosion ] >> officials say the explosion did not happen until nearly a half-hour after the initial fire. emergency responders already on the scene are among some of the missing feared dead. the scene is in the small community of west, texas, about an hour and a half south of dallas, it is near waco. the fertilizer plant had tank of anhad druse ammon ammonia, today the search continues. >> it is a slow methodical search and they are using every available resource they have to do that correct he and make sure we don't miss anything or anybody. >> today officials say the fire has
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